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Upcoming event
Date 04 January 2019 | 09:30 - 16:45
Location Institute for Fiscal Studies, London
Availablity Places available
The Institute for Fiscal Studies is holding a day of talks on issues in public economics of interest to undergraduates in economics and related disciplines. The aim will be to focus on the policy implications of research carried out at the institute. We will also have a number of IFS alumni talking about applying economics in their careers.
Past event
Date 30 October 2018 | 13:00 - 14:45
Location The Building Centre, London
Availablity Bookings closed
On Tuesday 30 October, IFS researchers presented their analysis of Chancellor Philip Hammond's Autumn Budget - the first Budget to be held on a Monday since 1962.
Past event
Date 16 October 2018 | 09:30 - 13:00
Location Chartered Accountants' Hall, London
Availablity Bookings closed
The IFS Green Budget 2018, in association with Citi and ICAEW and with funding from the Nuffield Foundation, analyses the issues and challenges facing Chancellor Philip Hammond as he prepares for this year's Budget. The findings from a selection of chapters were presented at the event, where the full publication was launched.
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Past events

Past event
Date 07 November 2018 | 16:20 - 17:45
Location Room G03, Alan Walters Building, University of Birmingham
Availablity Places available
Where should decisions on our taxes and public services be taken? Is more local responsibility a good thing that will empower communities to improve and tailor services? Or does it simply risk worsening ‘postcode lotteries’ in access to services and the taxes we pay? These questions and more will be discussed at an event at Birmingham University.